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Aegis ties up with iOM for provision of HRPRo Payroll software


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Aegis is a leading global business services provider of customer experience management. Whilst the Group has operations in 44 locations across nine countries and with over 40,000 employees, the Sri Lankan operation known as AEGIS Services Lanka Ltd., has been growing exponentially over the last decade and today has over 1,150+ employees and continues to grow. Aegis will be launching their second Centre in Sri Lanka during this March, and is expected to create 350+ employment opportunities.

AEGIS Sri Lanka Director/Vice President Ruzaick says that given the high staff count supporting various blue-chip corporates, the need for a flexible yet robust HRIS/Payroll solution was one of their priorities. He said that iOM’s HRPRo solution offered them the perfect fit and is expecting a quick implementation due to the ever increasing volume of business.

AEGIS Sri Lanka Operations Head/Associate Vice President Srinivas said that iOM’s HRPRo will enable a smooth transition to paperless payroll processing. Also the epay slips facility will increase the productivity of HR staff as it will save time, improve productivity and devote more time for HCM improvements. Indirectly, it will also help reduce attrition that is common in this type of operation.

iOM’sHRPro HCM/Payroll Application has been the preferred Time and Payroll solution to be integrated with Oracle Cloud HCM applications in Philippines.

When asked about the speed of implementation, he quote, iOM’s Director Business Development “given the highly configurable nature of iOMHRPro we are confident that the solution can be customised via the extensive parameter selections without the need for code changes and thereby speeding up the entire process of implementation”.

iOM is head quartered in Singapore and commenced operations in 1979. Besides the time tested HR Solutions, iOM also has other proprietary and niche products such as POS/Retail solutions for the Fashion and F&B sectors, Document Processing Solutions, BI and a Solution that can be integrated with leading ERP Systems.

 


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